Join us as we celebrate in poetry and song the “self-evident” truths of the “right to life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness” enshrined in the Declaration of Independence, and inspire one another to keep the times changing to achieve the “more perfect union” envisioned … read more.
Endings are rarely easy, but this morning is one of celebration. There will be a time to honor the Board Members who are completing their terms of service, the last testimonials from the Reverse Offering, a This I Believe, and the burning of the church’s … read more.
Musician: James Pierson
Imbedded in many religious traditions is the presence of a holy fool, a trickster, a jester, the one who humorously asks that we take what we think we know and turn it upside down, seeing what else we might learn or what we might understand … read more.
Adapted from a story by Paul Fleischman.
Being part of a garden’s emergence from mud and rubble to productivity and harvest can be magical. As we … read more.
Bob will discuss why he is so optimistic for the future with ever-increasing advances in technology.
Musicians: James Pearson and Hannah Olanrewaju.
Join us as we “cut the year loose” New Orleans style! It’s a time to cry and a time to laugh, a time to grieve and a time to dance. We’ll make a joyful noise, and parade around as part of the “second … read more.
CANCELLED DUE TO WEATHER: On the last Sunday of the year we take another look at the Scottish writer Robert Burns and his poem written in 1788. Congregants will have an opportunity to share their New Year’s Eve “old long since” thoughts. Coordinators: … read more.
With the search for a new minister fully underway, it seems only fitting to spend a morning exploring what goes into the perfect ministerial candidate, or the perfect congregation for that matter.
Musician: Candace Williams.